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Arena magazine - Volume 29 (1903)

Author: B.O. Flower (ed.)
Subject: progressivism -- United States; liberalism; reformism; social reform; Christian Socialism; Gay 90s; political commentary; Benjamin Orange Flower; Progressive era; social gospel
Year: 1903
Collection: thearenamagazine; magazine_rack; additional_collections


The Arena magazine

Volume 29: January through June 1903 (No. 1-6)

B.O. Flower, editor

Published by Alliance Publishing Co., New York City

Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.


pg. 1 - Frank Parsons: "The Great Coal Strike and Its Lessons: The Industrial Battle and the Public"

pg. 7 - George Fred Williams: "The Great Coal Strike and Its Lessons: Our Real Masters"

pg. 12 - Eltweed Pomeroy: "The Great Coal Strike and Its Lessons: Still a Democracy"

pg. 18 - Bolton Hall: "The Great Coal Strike and Its Lessons: The Strike and the Consumer"

pg. 21 - Ernest H. Crospby: "The Great Coal Strike and Its Lessons: Violence and Arbitration"

pg. 26 - Otto L. Dreys: "The Preacher as a Leader of Men"

pg. 31 - B.O. Flower: "Fundamental Fraternal Movements of the Present"

pg. 48 - Rebecca J. Taylor: "Disposition of the Philippine Islands"

pg. 53 - Leopold Katscher: "A Unique labor Experiment"

pg. 63 - E.S. Wicklin: "Labor and the Trusts"

pg. 71 - Edward Insley: "Primary Election Reform"

pg. 113 - Edwin Maxey: "The Attack on Venezuela"

pg. 118 - Frank Parsons: "Public Ownership"

pg. 125 - Horace Mann: "The Labor Problem"

pg. 136 - Frank Emory Lyon: "Psychology and Crime"

pg. 142 - William Hemstreet: "Agrarian Revival"

pg. 152 - Clara Bewick Colby: "Elizabeth Cady Stanton"

pg. 161 - Marie Merrick: "The Woman of the Period"

pg. 167 - Henry F. Harris: "Marriage and Divorce"

pg. 173 - George H. Shibley: "The Victorious March of Majority Rule"

pg. 225 - Walter Clark: "Law and Human Progress"

pg. 243 - Edwin Maxey: "The Moroccan Question"

pg. 253 - B.O. Flower: "Giuseppe Mazzini"

pg. 270 - W.S. U'Ren: "The Initiative and Referendum in Oregon"

pg. 276 - Bernard G. Richards: "Zionism and Socialism"

pg. 288 - Carrie L. Grout: "The Rights of Children"

pg. 292 - Henrik G. Petersen: "Hypno-Suggestion as a Therapeutic Agent"

pg. 355 - J.W. Bennett: "Democracy or Autocracy -- Which?"

pg. 364 - B.O. Flower: "The Message of Mazzini"

pg. 383 - Henry C. Sheafer: "A Study in Advertising"

pg. 397 - J.M. Peebles: "New Zealand: Political, Social, and Religious"

pg. 449 - Joseph F. Smith: "Mormonism and Polygamy: The 'Mormonism' of Today"

pg. 456 - Joseph Smith: "Mormonism and Polygamy: Plural Marriage in America"

pg. 466 - John T. Bridwell: "Mormonism and Polygamy: Origin of American Polygamy"

pg. 473 - "The Municipal Ownership Convention"

pg. 489 - Edwin Maxey: "Aftermath of the Venezuelan Affair"

pg. 495 - Wiliam Hemstreet: "The Problem of the Blacks"

pg. 500 - B.O. Flower: "Jefferson's Service to Civilization"

pg. 519 - Isaac A. Hourwich: "Religious and Political Liberty in Russia"

pg. 524 - William L. Garver: "Free Socialism"

pg. 530 - John T. Yates: "True Patriotism and Good Citizenship"

pg. 536 - James A. Slanker: "A Federation of Labor"

pg. 541 - C.Y. Roop: "The Rochdale Cooperative Movement in California"

pg. 561 - Samuel Seabury: "The Abuses of Injunction"

pg. 568 - Edward M. Winston: "The Federal Judge"

pg. 577 - E.P. Powell: "The Insanity of the City"

pg. 582 - Edward W. Bemis: "The Significance of Mayor Johnson's Election" (Cleveland, OH)

pg. 586 - Walter S. Logan: "The Right of the Laborer to His Job"

pg. 593 - Clyde Elbert Ordway: "Will the Churches Survive?"

pg. 611 - J.M. Bicknell: "The Negro Problem"

pg. 616 - B.O. Flower: "The Story of a Victorious Social Experiment"

pg. 625 - George Shibley: "The Progress of the Campaign for Majority Rule"

pg. 638 - Nathaniel C. Fowler, Jr.: "Advertising: Past, Present, and Future"

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